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It’s not all “Cute and Creepy”

 

From Tucson to Iowa

 

Loving Living in the Midwest:

 

Shawn Ballarin

 

Portraits of the artists as no longer young

 

‘Something Old, Something New’

 

Digging Up Dirt

 

Color Her ‘Green’

 

All About the Artists

 

Opposites Attract

 
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Letterpress Exhibit

Harry Duncan created much influence in the poetry publishing and letterpress typography. The UNO Art Gallery will have an exhibition in celebration of the centenary of his birth. Duncan established Abattoir Editions at UNO and also taught from 1972 until his retirement in 1985. Books and broadsides founded by students, successors and apprentices of this man will be on display. Along with some of Duncan’s own work....


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Art Matters

A preview of what’s to come in 2016 with regard to the Metro visual arts scene seems like a good time to intro two new arts writers to our team: Melinda Kozel, Kaneko-UNO Creativity Library Manager, and Adam Price, former director of the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and currently co-director of Sandhills Institute. Both will bring a fresh pair of eyes and ears and a strong point of view to our pages and...


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ExtrA! ExtrA!

“Good news” was at a premium in 2015 as it had a tough time competing for attention with global warming, terrorist thugs, political pundits and bullies, police brutality and corruption. Oh, and let’s add climate change deniers and immigration fear mongers vying for presidential nomination to the equation.

Locally, the World Herald’s “Public Pulse,” absolutely the most entertaining and enlightening example of vox...


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The heat of summer passions surge in the winter

In the chill and dark days of winter, a famed story set in summer shines anew. Chanticleer Theater wants to wake you to the brilliance of Pulitzer Prize-winning Picnic by William Inge. Since its debut more than 60 years ago, taking place in small town America in what may seem like a bygone period, this superb play reaches across time with developments and a depth of characters which make it alive and vital.

A...


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